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Tax Fraud

How To Hire a Tax Fraud Attorney

As we’ve shown repeatedly in our blog posts, money has a way of bending moral principles. You can take an otherwise upstanding, law-abiding person, and once money is involved, things seem to change. We’ve seen this with insider trading, for instance. Martha Stewart, once a highly regarded public figure, succumbed to the pull of money […]

Student Loan Forgiveness

Should the Government Forgive Student Loans?

One of the most pressing issues facing the millennial generation is college debt. The typical millennial college graduate leaves school with a sizable debt load. A small but significant minority of millennials owe six figures. The total amount of student loan debt in the U.S. is above $1 trillion and exceeds credit card debt. The big […]

Rebuild Credit After Bankruptcy

How to Rebuild Your Credit After Bankruptcy

We’ve touched on the topic of bankruptcy in the past on our blog. We’ve covered the basic mechanics of bankruptcy, and also discussed the specifics of several celebrity bankruptcies. In fact, we’ve learned quite a lot from these earlier bankruptcy related discussions. We now know that most types of debt are dischargeable in bankruptcy. There are, of course, […]

Failed 1031 Exchange

Common Reasons for Failed 1031 Exchanges

The goal of every Section 1031 exchange is to defer capital gains taxes. To achieve this, taxpayers need to acquire like-kind property in place of their property. At the moment, there is no cap or ceiling on the total tax liability which can be deferred through Section 1031. Politicians have discussed placing such a cap, but […]

Refinance Student Loan

How to Refinance Student Loan to Your Benefit

Lately, we’ve covered the issue of student loan debt from a variety of angles. We’ve looked at whether student loan debt can be discharged. We’ve also looked at strategies for how to pay off student loan debt . Our coverage shouldn’t be surprising. Millennials are currently saddled with heavy amounts of student loan debt. In fact, millennials are having trouble meeting […]

Tax Avoidance

3 Useful Tax Avoidance Strategies

As we’ve previously discussed, there’s an important distinction between tax avoidance and tax fraud or tax evasion. Tax avoidance is the use of lawful means to lower one’s tax liability. Tax evasion is the willful falsification of information for the purpose of reducing one’s tax burden. Failing to pay one’s tax burden may also constitute evasion. Tax evasion is illegal […]

Mutual Funds

Mutual Funds & Other Pooled Investment Funds

Investing in a pooled fund can provide a convenient way to co-own valuable resources. Investors can select a pooled fund which specializes in the resource of their preference: stocks, bonds, commodities, currencies, etc. Co-owning resources in a pooled fund can have various advantages over owning the same resources individually. Pooled funds offer the benefit of […]

Combination Exchanges

Sec. 1031 Combination Exchanges

In the past, we’ve touched on the numerous variations of Section 1031 like kind exchange transactions. We’ve discussed the standard, delayed 1031 exchange. We’ve also covered the other, less common variations, such as the improvement exchange and reverse exchange. As it turns out, there is another variation which we have yet to explore. The so-called […]

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